Protein dynamics and function from solution state NMR spectroscopy

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KOVERMANN, Michael, Per ROGNE, Magnus WOLF-WATZ, 2016. Protein dynamics and function from solution state NMR spectroscopy. In: Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics. 49, e6. ISSN 0033-5835. eISSN 1469-8994. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0033583516000019

@article{Kovermann2016Prote-33978, title={Protein dynamics and function from solution state NMR spectroscopy}, year={2016}, doi={10.1017/S0033583516000019}, volume={49}, issn={0033-5835}, journal={Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics}, author={Kovermann, Michael and Rogne, Per and Wolf-Watz, Magnus}, note={Article Number: e6} }

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